Tumbling Grit-600F-Fine-10 Pounds

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10 pounds of 600F fine tumbling and lapping silicon carbide grit. A high quality grit well suited to rock tumbling and lapping. A great grit for the third stage of tumbling agate, jasper, and other hard lapidary materials. This grit lot is shipped in a sealed plastic bag in a USPS Priority Mail Box. The shipping weight is approximately 10 pounds 14 ounces. Please e-mail me for exact shipping charge for non USA shipment.

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    swift shipping. Now, I can finish the rocks I started polishing!!!
    Apr 17, 2018 by horsescreamer

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